Alumni

Alumni

Prof. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, fosters service learning, inclusion and STEAM education via robot competitions.
Prof. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, fosters service learning, inclusion and STEAM education via robot competitions. 
Inspiring Engineering Students to Serve Societal Needs
STEM Day DIY Corner
HKUST Engineering showcased innovation and experiential learning at Alumni Reunion and STEM Day 
Kenny Oktavius (center), Jack Chen (right), and Adley Prawoto pioneered a sweat sensor that eliminates the need for invasive blood samples when testing for muscle fatigue.
Kenny Oktavius (center), Jack Chen (right), and Adley Prawoto pioneered a sweat sensor that eliminates the need for invasive blood samples when testing for muscle fatigue. 
Let’s Sweat the Details
Over 160 engineering alumni, faculty, and staff came together for the SENG alumni event on August 11, 2023.
Over 160 engineering alumni, faculty, and staff came together for the SENG alumni event on August 11, 2023. 
A Night of Memories and Connection
Janice advises those following in her footsteps to be mentally ready for the challenges of life on a construction site.
Janice advises those following in her footsteps to be mentally ready for the challenges of life on a construction site. 
Terry Hui, a graduate of Electronic Engineering in 2022, is now a systems engineer at Lenovo PCCW Solutions Ltd.
Terry Hui, a graduate of Electronic Engineering in 2022, is now a systems engineer at Lenovo PCCW Solutions Ltd. 
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering hosted the “CBE 30th Anniversary Conference: Future Research and Education in Chemical and Biological Engineering” during June 12-14, as a major event of the department’s 30th anniversary celebration.
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering hosted the “CBE 30th Anniversary Conference: Future Research and Education in Chemical and Biological Engineering” during June 12-14, as a major event of the department’s 30th anniversary celebration. 
Two research projects led by Prof. Chau Ying (second from left) are acclaimed at the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva. One team with Dr. Yu Yu (far right) works on advanced polymer-based therapeutics for chronic disease, while another team with Dr. Melody Chung (far left) and Dr. Laurence Lau (second from right) is developing an artificial cell.
Two research projects led by Prof. Chau Ying (second from left) are acclaimed at the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva. One team with Dr. Yu Yu (far right) works on advanced polymer-based therapeutics for chronic disease, while another team with Dr. Melody Chung (far left) and Dr. Laurence Lau (second from right) is developing an artificial cell. 
Young Trailblazers Driving Positive Change